MiniBrew Automated Home Brew Kit

Oct 26, 2015

Category: Tech

Homebrew kits were once massive, intimidating things full of beakers and tubes that looked more like Baby’s First Mad Scientist Play Kit than something that would make a palette-pleasing microbrew. If you’ve been intimidated by the complexity of home brewing, or if you just want a simple, smart system to make a better beer, then you need a MiniBrew.

Almost entirely automated, if you can pour, you can make the perfect keg of homebrewed beer with the MiniBrew. It brews the wort then cools it down before dumping it into the specialized yeast unit for fermentation. Ventilation and care of your precious cargo is handled without the need for your interference. With one-stop ordering and even an app for discovering new brews or making your own experimental concoctions, it is happiness in five-liter increments. [Purchase]

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